MONDAY: We’re tracking mostly cloudy skies with active conditions likely through the day. The combination of an inbound front along with tropical air pushing in from Ida will trigger shower and storms chances throughout the day, especially in our northern counties. Some of these storms will be capable of producing heavy downpours and lightning. Highs will only reach the mid-80s, but humidity will still make it feel like the 90s at times.
MONDAY NIGHT: There is a likely chance of scattered storms continuing into the evening and overnight hours. Expect a low of 70.
REST OF THE WEEK: The majority of the rainfall from Ida will move through tomorrow morning into the afternoon. Most of the heavier rain bands will be exclusive for communities to the south and east. Light-to-moderate showers will disrupt most of your Tuesday before clearing by Wednesday morning. Minor occurrences of flash flooding will be possible. Cooler and comfortable air will arrive by midweek and beyond.